Saturday, December 4, 2021

Pablo Alvarez

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Pablo Alvarez, a Cuban and Puerto Rican American, has interest in writing anything and everything regarding politics, the environment, community stories and much more. He wants to write groundbreaking stories that matter to readers and have an impact on them.

As COVID-19 nears a million U.S. infections, an interactive timeline chronicles its growth

With each passing day, more Americans are diagnosed with COVID-19. The total count is nearing 1 million and the illness has killed more people...

Tylah Drewett, 18

In the United Kingdom, currently ranked 6th globally for coronavirus cases, healthcare workers face nearly impossible odds fighting the virus that has taken more...

Palm Beach restaurants struggle as coronavirus continues to spread

Lazy Loggerhead Café, situated inside Palm Beach County’s Carlin Park near Juno Beach, closed its doors on March 19. That was one day before...

Neither a global pandemic nor a state of emergency has deterred tourists

More than 200 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in New York, with 95 in New York City, which is arguably the tourist capital...

Concrete jungle: Food deserts lead to malnourishment in biggest U.S. cities

For nearly 20 years, residents of East Harlem had access to reasonably priced fresh produce and other basic necessities at the local Pathmark grocery...

New York International Antiquarian Book Fair brings book lovers from South Florida and beyond

This past weekend, more than 200 unique exhibitors attended the 60th Annual New York International Antiquarian Book Fair, where enthusiasts from around the globe...

As Trump combats opioid crisis, NYC hospitals provide overdose prevention training

As part of his proposed 2021 government budget, President Donald Trump plans on increasing spending aimed at combatting the opioid epidemic. Hospitals across the...

Trump administration punishes New Yorkers for state’s sanctuary policies

In an ugly partisan spat over immigration, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) last week declared New York residents ineligible for enrollment or reenrollment...

In a polarized America, group works to bring back civil conversation

Several hours before last week’s Democratic presidential debate, a small group gathered in lower Manhattan for a heated discussion of its own. Crossing Party...

In Manhattan, supporters and undecided voters watch Democratic debate caucus-style 

With just a handful of candidates on the debate stage, more than 200 Democratic and undecided voters met at Manhattan's RPM Underground, a midtown...